Category: ProSite

A Closer Look with Akos Major

We had the pleasure of interviewing Akos Major, a freelance graphic designer and photographer whose peaceful photographs and simplistic techniques have caught our eye. 


How long have you been a photographer?
I bought my first camera in 2008, which was a Nikon D40x. I still have some of my first images in my portfolio – the Island series, and a few ones from the waterscapes series. I’m getting into photography more and more each day. It’s a discovery period, i’m trying new mediums and finding new subjects.

Describe your process when creating your ProSite
It was really easy thanks to the developers and the user friendly interface. I’m not good at coding, so it was a huge help. Sure, I want to improve the appearance of the whole site, just have to make a room for it besides the daily tasks – especially in the ‘about’ section. Overall, all I knew is that I wanted a clear looking site and i’m glad with the results.

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A Closer Look with Bex Glover

We had the pleasure of interviewing Bex Glover, a graphic designer, artist & illustrator living and working in Bristol, UK. 

How long have you been in design/illustration?
10 years

Do your personal projects differ from your professional work? If yes, how so?
Yes to some degree, my personal work is often more hand rendered / painting based -using markers and spray paint, and it tends to have a more abstract aesthetic. I like to emulate the hand rendered feel in my digital illustrative work too, but the style and subject matter will be dictated by the requirements of the brief. Some can be cleaner cut, simple, and digital in style, others more urban and freestyle. It’s great when you get projects where the client wants to do something based on your personal work –that’s often the more fun, creative stuff.

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A Closer Look with James Morton-Haworth

We are excited to have interview James Morton-Haworth, a versatile film maker who’s ProSite shows some cinematic greatness!

How long have you been in film?
In January 2013 it’ll be ten years since I graduated and started out. I’ll have to put together a reel or something to celebrate. The first ten years have been all about learning and honing the craft side of things – both filmmaking and working with the web. I’m really lucky to have had the opportunity to work and learn from so many brilliant people and to have started a company four years ago that’s growing well and producing great work. I hope that continues.

Do your personal projects differ from your professional work? If yes, how so?
Starting Gramafilm has devoured most of my life and consumed everything that I currently do. That said having my own website is a nice place to curate some of my favourite projects I’ve worked on. It’s an important little space for me – and it does bring Gramafilm.com a bit of traffic – so it’s win win.

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ProSite Beginners Guide

ProSite is a personal portfolio site builder that syncs with Behance. ProSite takes the projects that you’ve already created for your Behance portfolio and turns them into a customizable portfolio website.

New to website building? Apprehensive to dive in and take that first step? This guide is perfect for beginners just getting started with ProSite. Check out how easy it is to build a beautiful and customized portfolio site of your own.

Click on the guide below to see the expanded view!

A Closer Look with Aaron Bloom

We had the pleasure of interviewing Aaron Bloom, a graphic designer based in Seattle, whose typography and screen prints blew us away!

How long have you been a graphic designer?
For a little over five years now.

Do your personal projects differ from your professional work? If yes, how so?
Yes, and no… Most of my professional work will always be about creative problem solving with a strategy behind it. My personal work is all about experimenting so it doesn’t really have to do anything, it can be more of a feeling, it definitely influences how I approach my “work work”. Ideally I’d like to blur the line between the two as much as possible.

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